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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS: THURSDAY. JUXE 8, 1905.
3 W,.ty.t" W. & f5 i M - v. DR. W. L. TH WAITS, over Appointments liui.lc by letter. VERMONT LOCAL NEWS, (Continued from Second Page.) afief -rimrscinv n cm. j no nu i wa3 crowded nnd many had to stand no or leave. Rev. J. I. Trout offered prayer, i Hie rrmuliidor of thn programme fol- ows: HOtitr. nv tno scnooi: ossnv. "Tin , jiussiun c risis, i.cn von .MUtro; essay, IHr..nntiHAl yi t . .. ."I 1 I .1. . .. 1 luiiiwh in ,iapan, erne esiey juroen; song, "Away lo the Melds,-' high senoni; essay, "Whither Are Wo Tend- ' llitin" Mfllir.1 Cmran Cl.inl.n.All nuw.it Our Town nnd Its Needs,' Mary C. Olmsteart; essay, "Unrestricted tmmlcrn- ttlon," John Cowln Berry! sons. "Thn Cill to Arms," high school; osvay, "Cnnnda and the Canadian North 'ost," Orace A. Fltzslmmnns; presen tation of diplomas hy school superin tendent, F. ft, Nichols. A hear was seen In the borders of Hinosbiirgh Monday morning; several hunters, were out Tues day Jn search of him. HINESBURGH, Prof. I. P. Kellogg, Jr., has gono to 4li03ton In the street car service for the lummor. It Is expected he will continue ' 1 . t .,.. , . ... .. nuciiMi 01 our iiikii scnnoi auoiner year, -Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Peters rejoice ver the birth of a llttlo girl.-Decora- Hon dav was observed as usual. The Krator. the Itev. F. B. Kellogg of Water- fcury, enve a very satisfactory address lo one of the largest audiences ever jnthcrod here on such an occasion. Tho band furnished excellent music and the Jtellef Corps furnished refreshments at Ihe ha.-Mrs. C. n. Hay of Hurlingtou is visiting at O. !!. Barber's. Children's Bay w ill be observed nt the Comrrega- lionnl Church next Sunday. The band Mil give 1111 open air concei t Satin day ' Mght if the -.oather pmntts.-.Mr-'. C. ; II. Weed Is preparing to build ,t new' fcarn and the masons havo begun work n it. It Is reported that a bear has been tfeen at the edge nf tho village on (llenry Russell's hill. Several men and ffooys were out Sunday evening with puns mit were not lucky enough to capture the animal, it having taken to tho woods. Mrs. ddio Baldwin, widow of Stan- ley Baldwin, died June 1 after an 111- Uess of about two weeks from the effects of a shock. The funeial was held from ...... "" riiuiij in. .mil- I'imtn the Kev. Mr. Contois oniciatlng. K. H. Read had charge of the funeral arrange- mcnts. Mrs. Baldwin leaves two daugh- ters, Mrs. John Chapman nnd Mrs. David Fmser.-Dr. McKlbbou of Shoreham was jn town over Kunday.-Cliarles Hayden Is very sick with pneumonia. Dr. Jenno was called in council with Dr. Larner last rrlday.-The Kev. C. C. Adams and the .Jov. T. J. IlnrrH and wife attemkd the IrJ. of Kf,sfx nn(1 FrC( Kenyon of Rlch pongrogational convention at nichmond non(, ,OQk pacp Tllofifl;lv lnornnK t last week Mr. and Mis. Harris also nt- tu, lomc of ,h(1 Kcv roiloti tended the C. L. convention at Milton re- noat (1(,n htfl soca, nffaIr iuin.il!,- MiJinu naiuiua.v. 1.1,11 win, .in- m- :, '"'"'7 t,P T, ,f r,V;n K,r;, l9:1U ,0,f t" ,-, . T. "."'i1 M.rS' Ul,UCr M Burlington visited in town last week.- Irs. Susan Bay of Burl ngton is visiting L.. t i M.ua tJalsy Siiattuek of Boston visited her sis ter, Mrs. Kinost Paitch Inst week. Mr. rnd Mrs II. M Hull hae n turn d from 'Vo?t Chazy.N. Y. I0I111 Bindley has cold Ills farm on Illnorburgh hill to.'atne Daw- eon and has movtd to the Moses Blssonett the churches next Sundny.-Worlt on tho i,,v', " "" '' Lucia block Is progressing rnpidly.-Mr. niuU them and to express their snd Mrs. Clarrnce LampMm em to Stowo l,p',t wlsl,es '10 rrat tovm In last wed; to visit their daughter, Mrs. whk'h Mr- nn1 JtrK' Thomas nre held, Bennett nnt only ''5' 11,0 members of Mr. A liberal fontnet to a live, cnercotlc Thomas's parish, tho Congregational man who will devoto a portion of his Church, but by tho community as a time to Mdling insurance. Write to J. L. whole. After the people had all as Ilnll. Oeiieral Agent, Burlington. Vt. sembled Dr. David Marvin In their be- J H Dings of Coss.iyuua, N. Y and ,,!llr presented Mr. and Mrs. Thomas tdstor. Mrs. I S. Sheldon, of West Paw- wl,n ;l beautiful Axmlnister art square let. Vt wore gursts of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. f',r'' fnr t' dining room, one Y. Clouah ivart of last wrek.-C. J. dozen solid silver colonial tea spoons Knssell returned to Burlington Wtdncs- "rt $25 In money. Dr. Marvin pre pay, after spending several days in town. Rented tho gifts 111 a delightful way nnd his remarks wero responded to by WINOOSKI. Mr. Thomas in a heartfelt manner, . , , , ,. thanking all for the expressions of A m 1 li r of the overseers of the flu- , ... ,, , , ttl, ,, , . " ' ' . , good w 11. There were also several iHtiiig dmartment of tho Amor euii ... , ... vooien mill gathered In thc pa.lors of tho 'f of (lowers, among which was a Woteinrunswuk Sunday night for the pur- " l' houue of roses from Mr I'ose of gu,,s the,,- former head over- "J"1 ,J; C" eman and Mr. and rrr. Daniel u. Ma.ley, a farewell reccp- M,r-' AX' "' vl.lBon of ht Albans, tlon. About m of ,h ,. ,.. wh" wrrn ""able to br present. These present and after a social hour Mr. Mar lev wi, tiiK-Miiol m, i,,,Kn,'.,U,i,. Ing outfit. Mr. Mai ley .M,lle taken bv F,,,pr pont a '",!lt'fl'l hounuet of the mrprlse, re-.pon.led In' a happy manner ,,;ilnty brl,lnl wrpnt- Shortly after thanking his fellow workers for the In- 11,0 POmPr"1' gathered Mrs. Thomas terct which tlic had taken In his wel- Happonrod and upon returning worn Tare. Mr. Marley reliimuislies ih post- tho ROWn ,n wl,,cn sho wns '"arried. lion of head overseer of the lit Ishing do- A ''''arming programme was given, partment of the Burlington. Vt., Knlleld Tll "umbers consisted of a plnno duet, end Lebanon, N. H., mills on account of Misses Mary Bates nnd Annls Bald-r.-illlng hfalth. Mr. Ma, ley enterfd tho wln: radlng, "That Old Sweetheart woolen mill nt the ago of 13 yens and at of Mine," Miss Laura Pago of Jeffer the age nf Pi wns given chut go of the fmilllp; ns an encore Miss Pearl Tench Clgglng dernrtnicnt. Since tlun he has 0,lt """R "Coming Through the Rye," had charge of nearly nvi ry deparlinmil, accompanied on the piano by Miss of tho mills in the manufacture of wtolei Nf"0 Hopkins. A violin solo with en yoods. About two vears ngo Mr, Marley 'oro wns given by Miss Mary Parker was snt here to assume rhaige or tim nnd Miss Pearl Toacliout gave a vocal nnlrhlng departni.-nt and by his valnabln solo In a pleasing manner. Miss Hop knowledge of the business has brought kins wns ncrompnnlest for each, At that department up to tho stnndard which the close of tho programme rake nnd It now attain-.. Mr, Marley will lea v. in fruit punch wero served. Mrs. F. K. a ft w days for his home In Lowell, Ma.is , (billies nnd Miss Hcsslo Shiland prc wheie he will spend sopio time elijoing sided at tho table. rest which ho has well earned, "iroiinh bis kindness of heart nnd gentle manner ho has won many friends both In Ihe mnis ,,nrt about the village who WIH regret to learn of his departure. Frederick Olbboiis, tho man nriesterl by Officer Beixnon Friday evening for using Insulting bingimge to rltlzens on the llreet, wns arraigned before Justico Draves Siturday morning on a charge Df a breach of the peare. n pi,,-rd guilty nnd was fined $if, nm c,1Kth nr 17 days at the Ilouso of Correction. Not Laving the money he wilt bo taken down to-day by Officer Bergeron, l'rankM, ?oblrson, for the past year Mr. Mild Smoker kEY. "Golden Wedding Junior" It is a 10-cent cigar in a S-ccnt sire. The quality will surprise you. At all dealers. O. C. TAYLOR & CO., Props. Modini Diiitistty Wo I'nllv exemplify this frntn the painless extraction of toftli tn thr clowning of decayed loots. A ton year guarantee with ii set of tcrth for fs. Clown or bridge work $:. I-cr tooth Burlington Savings Bank, 'I'Iiomp, l.m-l. Burlington, Vt. III' orflHont accountant lit tllo nITIco of llio "Porter Hereon M.iriilneturlng com. pony, resigned his position Saturday .V)'iiliiK to take up th" ilutlos of cashier nf the United States Life Ipsurnnco com pany nt ihoir iturhngtnr. offlco. At ii rocent meeting of thr members m " V) Innnskl l.iniil It wns decided continue the organization mid ns soon nx iirrntigomeiits nre completed i no concerts v f were discontinued ,011 account 01 hick 01 iiinus a icw ....... 1 .. . ..' ...111 1 . . .. .. I . . . - 1 namy next wtk. inn nano will now have 11 new leader, John F. Murdock being elected to fill thnt position to ... I . tr tti..l.. ... ... Dosautols wns elected manager. An rff1)r. ,llnfi0 to raise moi.ev for thn hi,rnhnsp of nnirnrmn i.n.l m nvlm men on concert nights. Joseph Lnvlgno purchased yesterday of Susan O. I'latt of Burlington one building lot on Piatt street on which ground will be broken soon for a mo dern cottage, A son was born yesterday to Mr. I and Mrs. George Luck of West Allen street. SOUTH BURLINGTON. 1. Bromley visited relatives In West- lAM't V V nV.M-!i 1 ilnva lilOl Tl'nAt rt- -..v..., turning homo Friday night. Allen 11111 went Monday to Stnrksboro to spend the week with friends. Mrs. Laura Baldwin, who spent the wln- tor with her daughter, Mrs. Clough, In the city, has come tn her home for tho sum- mer Mrs. Clara Fielder is staying with her. Mrs, J. W. Jones has carpenters from Burlington repairing the buildings on her farm. Finest Millham Is Improving his house at Hillcreit farm witli a coat of paint. .. tmtnniTnu ESSEX JUNCTION. willnrd Sheldon died Monday at mldnlght at tho homo of his son, vil- llam Sheldon, in AVestford. Mr. Sliel- ,, wont from hls homc ln thls vnago lll!lt Thursday to assist his son In his f.llm wnl.k. Monday forenoon he was at work but cm going to tho house nt MO(m rompliilnod of a severe stomach trouble. Medical aid was summoned inlt vas of no avail. Death Is said to havo been catiscd by cancerous af- foot Ion. Hc hail for the past four years suffered from a stomach trouble - ..1,1. .1. u ..or,, i.niYt.i i.-. vm .,, physicians wlio have attended him. Mr. Sheldon was fi! vears old. Ho Is surviVed by his wife nnd two sons, William of Westford, and John of this placp, Thc remris were brought to ,.s ,,ome on Ar,MR,on ,strcct ln t3 vnlnec. Tuesday afternoon and the flmpl..,, wm ,,e thorc tn(s afternoon at onp O'ciock, Thc mnrrinc(, nf Mlss Winifred Jlan- ,,,. , ,,, ...,. ,, ,., 1P(1 in ti,P village for some time win surprise party which was give, the nev. and Mrs. F.vnn Thomas a i' en Qn ch ' Tl,Pf:(1ay con- ,., ,. . , ih0 occasion was thc K.th mini- prise was complete. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas were entertaining callers when they board some one enter their dining 100111. Mr. Thomas went to In vestigate nnd was met by nearly 10a people. The number later Increased were presented to Mrs. Thomas by J'"1"" Ilofnco Marvin. Mrs. II. J .The programme for the commencement concert to be held In Music hall, Saturday evening, nt 7.45 Is as follows: Song, "Spring Blossoms," Valentine, third prl- inary; "Swing Song," S. W. Cole, llrst primary; song, "When thn Night Comes "n," S, W, Cole, second prlmaiy; "Jnpan- so Fun Drill," Cowley, girls of primary department; rending, "The King's Par- don," Frank I-;. Ingersoll; "The Brooklol," Itogers, Henry Baldwin; "Tho Call to Arms," Venule, Intermedlato department; "Tho Song nf tho Thrush," Itlch, girls of the Intermedlnto department; "Merry June," Vincent, grammar department; "Bright Bummer," Vincent, glrli of tho grammai' department; "The Old Ouard," Veanle, high school chorus! "In April, Oounod, Misses Fletcher, French, Cox and Tin tie; lending, "The Boy Orator of Zapata City," Frnnk V.. Ingersnll; "Tho Yeoman's Wedding Rong." Ponliitowskl, high school chorus; solo, "Our Jack," Tro- tore, Howard French with male chorus; "Murk! Apollo Strikes tho 1-yre," Hlshop, high school chorus. Music under tho di rection of N. Nolle Hopkins. The proceeds will go towards graduating expense. Oth er exercises of commencement week ar frr e, The case of Moses P. Fisher vs. Joseph Parlno of Wlnooskl for trover nnd driving a horse further than agreement, whs heard In Lawyer Mien Martin's ofllco yes terday. The Jury wns Charles Barney, J. W. Bailey, John tt. Chafoy, C. (1. Wil liams, 13. S. Lttnt and O. 8. Nichols. They brought In 11 verdict of SIR damages and costs of lll.lfi In fnvor of tho plaintiff. Allen Mnrtln appeared for tho plaintiff and If, N. Dcavltt of Wlnooskl for the de fendant. The marriage of Miss Alice Blanche; Johnson to Balph Hnlc Stevens of Proctor will take place nt the home of the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William B. John son Wednesday evening, Juno II, Invi tations have been Issued for a reception to lie hold from eight to ten o'clock. Mr. Stevens Is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. C. Stevens formerly of this village now of Burlington. FRANKLIN COUNTY BW ANTON. Ira Chase, deputy collector nnd Inspec tor, his been transferred from tho Wind sor str.ot station, Montreal to thc port of Swanton and reported for duty Thurs day. Mr. Chase, has leased the Marvin placo on Farrar street. Thn remains of Oeorgo Schoolcraft, killed by lightning nt Alluirgh last Fri day, wero brought here for Interment Monday fornoon on tho 10:) train, ac companied by a largo delegation from the Alburgh Ma-sonlc Lodge. Seventy six lodge nf Swanton escorted from the train to Riverside cemetery, whero bur ial was conducted with full Masonic hon ors. The funeral was larpdv attended. An entertainment for the benefit of Holy Trinity Church will be given at Bullard's hall Wednesday evening by Pauline Johnson Mohawk, author and reciter, assisted by Walter McBaye. ST. ALBANS. The drenching rain of Friday night had but little ehect upon the friends and ad mirers of tlic junior class of the St. Al bans high school, a crowd of nearly flOU attending tho annual exhibition and prizo speaking. Thn first prize was awarded o Miss Winifred Slocum Hall and the sec olid priz-i to Miss Klizabeth Wood Bar tett. The prizes. $15 and flO 111 gold re speethely aro given annually by ex-CJov- ernor and Mrs. F.dwar.1 Curtis Smith. The judges of last evening's contest were the Itev. Dr. Norman Seaver of Hutland, Prlneial A. A, Kemton of Brlgham Acad emy, Bakerstlcld. and Principal M. D. Chittenden of Bellows Free Academy of Fairfax. In awarding tho prizes the Judges expressed regret that there wero not two llrst prizes, there being little If any distinction in honors. Tho programmo follows: Song (a), "The Sweetest Flower That Grows," (b), "Whito-Buttcrtlics," c.irls' Glee club; reading, "Tho Last Word," (Henry van Dyke). Grac; Anna Oliver; reading, "Trying tho 'Hose Act' ", (Marietta Holly). Kflie M. Cross; reading. "The Death Disk," (Mark Twain), Kliza beth Wood Barrett; declamation, "The Trial of Bon Thomas", (11. S. Kdwards), Wlnfred Bycrly Dewart; reading, "Death of Llttlo Jo", (Charles Dickens), Mary Dorothy Hurley; song, "Birds That Sing in June", Gleo club; reading, selection from "Tho Palace of the King", (!'. Ma rion Crawford), Alico Gllmoro Bradford: reading, "Zlngrella", Winifred Slocum Hall; reading, "Portia Describes Her Lovers', act 1, scene L "Merchant of Ven ice", (Shakespeare), Violet Kllen Suni merskill; reading, "The Swan Song", (Katherlne Hitter Brooks), Kvelyn Mao Gieenr; chorus, "The Two Grenadiers , high school chorus. The death of Barney II. Slickney oc curred at tho home of his daunht. r. Mis. C. R. I.awrftice, of Lake street on Thurs day evening. Mr. Sticknoy's health had been pior for a year past and his drath i f suited from general debility and a general breaking down. Barney H. Slick ing wns the eighth son of a. family of ten children born to Jnsppli and Jeriisha (Hiibbclll Stlckn. v, nnd was n nativo of Hlghgate, whero he was born Aupust 23, 15. Mr. Stleknov was a veteran of tho civil War, having served In Company C, 1st Vermont volunteers. He was mar ried August 2", Ihll, to Mary L. Webber and Is .survived by five children, Carter O. and William W. Ptlekney of Man chester, N. II., Dean R. Stlckncy of Ber lin. N. H Miss Lillian of this city, with whom lie passed his declining days. The funeral was held from his Into home nt 170 Bank street, at two o'clock Satur day afternoon. Invitations are nut for tho marriage of Fred K. Hurlbut and Miss Aur.i Webster Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Hunt of Fairfield street. Tho affair will take place at the home of the bride's parents on Wednesday evening, Juno 14, nt eight o'clock. Frank J. Sagendorph was Tuesday night engaged ns principal of tho St. Albans high school with general supervision of all the schools at a salary of $2,200. Tho vote stood four to two, the commlssion trs from wards one. two, four nrd live voting for the resolution and the com mlssloners from wards three nnd six against it ENOSBUROH FALLI. C. J. Ferguson was entertained In tho famll of A, A. Aseltlno during his stuy In town. I lo spoko at North Fairfield Sunday afternoon nnd West Kimsburgh In the evening. J, George Gaines Is spending a few days In Cambridge, J, ('. Snwlo has the direction of work nt the ramp ground, clearing tho open field near the hlghwny of stumps, logs and plowing nnd sowing with oats the entire plot. Tho Itrigham Academy graduating class wero in town Monday being photo graphed, Tho high school base ball team also wero grouped for a picture, Dr. F, II. Brown has purchnsrd of Androw Collon his liouso on Orchard Mrcot and sold his lot on Church street to D. M, Rose. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Hood of Milton wero In town over Sunday visiting Mrs, Rood s niece, Mrs. W. W, Hutchin son, nnd her sister who lives there. O. W. Burleson of Burlington wns In town Friday on business connected with customs service, C. J. Ferguson of tho State Antl-Suloon Leaguo spoke with his usual vigor on tho "New Declaration of Independence In the Mcthodlit Church Sunday morning and left at onc for West Knosburgh. The Rev. G. W. Hunt spent Saturday In town, leaving Riinrtay mornlnr for West Enosburph and Bauersftcld, nt whlsh latter place ho de livered the baccalaureate bffore the giaduntlng class of Briaham Academy A, J. Caldwell, who has been In New Hampshire for somo months past, return ed to town Friday. Willis and draco .Cent, chlldien of the Rev, K. Kent, arriv ed In town Sunday afternoon fron. Rt Albsns, I'. Hubbard of Franklin pissed Sunday with tho family of O. V, Hnldcn. Bridal Veil Flour The Very Best for Bread E. J. THOriAS, Grocery GRAIN AND MEAT CO. II 0-112 Cherry St., Burlington, Vt The crowd to witness the second gnmo of the season between Itlchford and F.noshurgh made a big show on the grounds. Tho gate receipts were upward of JfO.00. Mrs. Arnold Burt, who has been In V'er- genties for a year or more past, has de rided to return to town, nnd will occupy her house ns soon its Us piesent tenant, F. K. Young, enn tlnd a place. Hrr goods fire expected next week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mnrtln of South Hero aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Abetl.-Mlsses Both and Lucille Burt of BurllnRton nro spend ing tho week In town. Miss Llia Arm- strong went to Manchester Wednesday, . where she has a position In a. music store, Mrs. W. B. Noble nnd chlldien return-! ed Wednesday to their home In Woods- vllle, N. II. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Fnima Kendall, who will t mnko n. visit of a few weeks. Mr. Noble' spent Sunday In town. -The Rey. F. K. While was In St. Albans Tu.sd.iy. MONTGOMERY CENTRE. , ..... C T. Hal! spent Sunday a I.e.by Line -Tho Roy. W. G. S.'l.otle .1 o Rlchford exchanged pulpits with the Rev. G. S. Ropes of this place Pun. .iv, June 4 George Porter, who has been at homo for the past few works left, on Tuesday for New Hatnpshlre.-Mrs. L. C. Bent is visiting at he'r father's, IT. O. Row- ley's.-N. S. Adams lias returned from Worcester, Mass. Mrs. Helen Wilcox and Mr. F. L. Macy were In North Troy Tuesday of this week. Mrs. A. G. Crlpps of Peoria, 111., nnd the Misses Crlpps aro In town for the summer. Mrs. G. N. Rowley had a narrow escape from serious Iniuiy recently, ns a part of the harness gave nut, while she was driving down the mill hill. The horse ran as far ns William Barber's, throw ing Mrs, Rowley out. fortunately sho escaped with slight bruises. -Mrs. C. A. Gardyne. Mrs. P. G. I'.rennan nnd Mis ,. . ,, , . , ,, 1 C. T. Hall wore a attendance at the, . , , ,, , , I county conforenc.'1 of Congregational 1 Churches at St. Albans W.dn.sday nnd Thursday. Ioon Doiso nnd Miss Kvn Glrard were mtrried Wednesday, June 7 at St. Isidores Church, by the Rev. Father Cote. Tho happy couple left im mediately for a short wedding trip, after which they return to this place. Mrs. Fanny Thomas, widow of Simeon Thomas, died Monday afternoon of this , week, aged S2 years. Funeral services were held from her homo Wednesday at two o'clock. MONTGOMERY. Miss Klizabeth Upham nnd Mrs. M. A. Dcul, nre visiting th Rev. George K. Deul In Kvanston, III . from there they go to Denver to visit friend', and attend the national Christian Krde.uor conven- various 1 hurches.-Kato Perry went to Hon. The W. C. T. I". meet last week 1 St. Albans oil Monday, where she has 11 Friday nnd the W. II M. S. gave a tea ' pnsItlon.-Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Bal nt Mrs. W. G. Mansfield's list week. lInrd of Burlington nre visiting friends In Prof. J. B. Johnson of Pasidena, Cab, is t town. lsltlng in town The L. A. S., will' meet this week with Mrs. J. B. Ltlmhrfl. Mrs. Ldward Baker is seriously sick with pneumonia ChaWes Shangraw' is moving to Rlchford. Mrs. Darius Dc mln.i Ih sick. Mrs. F. W. Domlna nnd chlldien from Massachusetts', are v'sltlng In town. Mrs. L W. Janes and C-iughtir, Miss Sadie, havo returned from Boston. SWANTON CENTRE. Mr. and Mrs John T. Cuban nnd little daughter have gone on a carrlago drive to Hemlngford, Que., and will visit friends In Mooers and Champlain. N. y for a week. A. D. Wilder has built a porch to his dwelling house -nni painted his bouse and bams. Several attended the fmiuril of Fay A. Marvin of Sheldon last Monday. Farmers arc marketing bunch onions. FLETCHER. Tho Modern Woodman and C. M. A. nro making preparations for a Fourth of July celebration in this placo, with flro works in the evening and a dance at the hall of F. A. Kczer. L. J. Church ami father and Miss Nellie Robinson spent Sunday at the home of C. Carpenter. Children's Sunday will bo observed nt thn Union Church at thc Center next Sunday. FRANKLIN. Moses Longe, an agrd nnd respected citizen, died Saturday night. Ills funeral wns held from the Catholic Churnli Tucsdny morning. H. L. Chandler spent Sunday nnd .Monday with his wife Mrs. Helen, Miss Klla and Flovd Randall are spending a week with lrleiids in Danville. C. S. Gates is attending com mencement exercises a! Rakusfleld this week. H; C. Pnmeroy of St. Mb.vns was ill town Tuesday to attend the funeral of Moses Longo Capt. O. W. Butleson and grandson wero in town Tuesday night. Miss Poarl Patter, who his beer In New York since last August, is spend ing her vacation nt her home. M. D, Penolt has opened a barb.r shop in thn Randnll store. Miss Winnie Wells Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. A. Hill. Miss Lou Fnrnsworth, who has been makiug her homo nt F. L. Hopkins's, left Wednes day for Minneapolis', Minn., whero sho is soon to bo married and make her home The Kckhardt be-ll ringers plnved to n full house hero Tuesday evening. Tills Is tin ir second nppenrnnco here this season, Dr. Sheldon has closed his office here nnd gone to his father's for n time, hop ing to regain his health. FAIRFAX. A. N. Buck and daughter, Kfflo of Burlington, spent Juno 4, with I. R. Hunt.-Curils aro out announcing tho wedding of Miss Mury Drake Phelps and George Sanfor.l "''wins or Boston Juno 14,-Mlss Gertrude Phelps, who has been spending somo time in Massachusetts. returned homo last week.-R. H, Buck and wife spent tho evening of Juno 3 In St. Albuns.-Mrs. Clcon Orton will spend this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lowis.-Tho friends of Mrs. A. B. Beeman nre pleased to Ifnrn that sho Is gaining slowly. Tho Hon, W. D. Burlington Animal Fertilizer. For All Crops Manufactured and For Sale by BURLINGTON RENDERING CO. North Avenue, Stcwnrt, I. B. Hunt and William Tromblcy, nltended tho Hon. 10. A. Sowlcs funeral at St. Albans last Thurs. day. The ordination of Frank TTfford will take place at the Baptist Church Thursday, Juno in. Dinner will be served nt tho church vestry by the ladles. Mrs. H. C. McNatl and daughter of Mil ton, visited Mrs. Hussell Taft Juno 3, Tho Fairfax base ball team with their ladles went to Bnkorsllcld to play Satur day, Juno .1, they wero beaten by 7 to 0. S. C Greene of St. Albans spent Juno 5 with C. D. Currlti. The Hev. Chas. S.ifford preached nt the Baptist Church Sunday, Juno 4. V. C. Bishop and wife spent Juno 1 In Burlington. Tho Rev. It. O. Hunt expects to go to his camp In New Hampshlro tho last of this week for a few weeks stay for his health. Tho base ball game between W. D. Slewnrt and C. C. Gillette teams resulted In fnvor of C. C. Gillette team hy a scorn of V to 13. It was n very exciting game nnd called out a largo crowd. Heinan Wheeler and wife of Burlington, visited his uncle P.olllii Wheeler Inst week. MftW(1 Qr who haj. 1)0pn d. , KomotlmP w,lu frcmls ,n naminlph, rPtlt.nP,, homP JunB ,rTllP K(.knr(U flim,y nt ,,p rn!,pr, Jlmp 2 caP(, out R fll hnus.p thp rp(.lptf hpni, n,,mt jcr).po.Arthr i!cCnian has returned from h,3 WCj,lcrn lr,, BAKERSPIELD. Judge H. H. Start and Miss Mabel Plart returned Wednesday of last week from n few weeks' stay In Montpeller. Miss Kthel Tillotson of Hlghgate spent com mencement week at the home of her uncle, W. L. Tlllnfon. Mrs. W. D. Stewart nnd sons-, Donald and Clifford, of Fairfax wero In town Saturday. A very Interesting game of ball was played her Saturday afternoon the visiting team from Fairfax being defeated by a score of ? to fl Mr. and Mrs M. O. Heath of Hyde Park are v sit g Mis. Heaths ... . V.. . . parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Austin. ' , , , , ,,, Airs. 11. 1.. I'l'liei, accompanied uy ..ns Wybtirn of New York, has arrived nt her summer homo, the Highlands. Dr. II. B. Soulo is In Boston this week on busl- GEORGIA. On Monday inornliir? Chirlotf Colnim rmornti'fl itnon for nnnntlicitla bv Drs n,lv,,l!!oni ,,yaU am, nrennan. The disease had reached such a stage that It was not considered safe to remove him to the hospital. He stood the operation well, but it Is a serious affair, -is ho is ff, years of ngo. Ho had been 111 about a week. Dr. Hubbell was In town last week tn see Martin Rankin, who Is gaining slowly. Children's day will bo observed next Sunday, Juno 11, at tho EAST HIGHGATE. Artemus Rockwell, an aged citizen of this town, died nt his homo on Rice, hill Thursday evenlng.-Dr. A. D. Pat ten of Knst Falrtleld was called here Thuisday in council with Dr. D. O, Powers In the case of Kphriam Read. Mr. and Mrs. T. G, Nay of Jericho vis ited her sister, Mrs. It, Ilislop, recent ly. Mr. and Mrs. Gilman of Bedford are guests at the homo of A. II. Marsh. The condition of Miss Gertrude Jlachla, who is very ill with bilious fever, is not us favorable. WEST BERKSHIRE. A daughter was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Clnffee of Berksnlio Center June 1. The first quarterly meeting w.ll be held In tho Methodist Fpiscopil cpiucl. next Sunday morning, June 11. H is ex pected the new presiding elder, the Rev. G. W. Hunt, of St. Albans will lo present. Mrs. C. A. H'lll and Miss Anna La.bl visited In Fast Falrtleld over Sundaj. A teachers' meeting was held at Berk shire Center Wednesday afternoon June 7. A Loynl Temperance Legion has boon oiganlzcd In this place with the following nfllccrs: Superintendent, Miss Kllen Wag ner; president, Gertie Conkllri; vice-president, Lunico Stanley; secretary, Gerald Jones; corresponding secretary, Ruth Gil bert; treasurer, Jessie Gilbert. Tho hrst meeting was hold Thursday evening, Juno 1, in tho West Berkshire grammar school room. Mrs. Mnrcia Rublec of Knosburgh Falls is visiting at W. R. Noble's. Miss Eva Blair visited at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Ford at St. Albans Bay Tuesday. Mrs. M. O. 1 licks went to Rlch ford Tuesday for a two weeks' stay. HIGHGATE CENTRE. Mis. O. K. Wilson and daughter, Mur ial, returned Saturday night from Hyde Park, where they have been (siting re latives and friends. Mrs. Gcoigo lletflnn of Buillngton is in town for u few weeks' visit with relatives nnd friends. Mts. James Butler and daughter, Mamie, are spending tho week with rUatlves In Burlington. Miss Mattlo Stump vns In St, Albans, tho guest of Mrs. II. C. Man. ?cr. Mrs. M iry Hogaboom has returned from a two weeks' stay with friends in Burlinuton, W. W. I'ssber has a position ns clerk In tho store of Cms.- & Co. The Rev. S. S. Briglmm of Fairfax was in town las', week visiting friends. Th'i Rev. A, R. Austin of Georgia preached rt the Methodist Church Sunday -.nnrnlng in exchange with thn Rev. C, P. l'anlln. RIOHFORD. Tho King's Daughters met Wednesday nfternnon with Mrs, Arthur McKlnney, ,.. ,,., , ,i,rpr, ,.ii,1i, .,.ii,rr.. UhKPi No, js, 1. o. O. F will havo mPIlim.,il services Sunday, Juno 11, ut t,K VaviM church, and the Rev. W. G. HcoSvM will preach tho sermon.--Tho .,, rocPp,in ot ,0 Rlchford high ohnol , ,vil, hPl(, , Aycr.s al, Thursday evening, Juno 15, from eight to ',rll o'clock; dimclng ten to one-Tho Musical und Literary club will meet with I (Continued on 4th pace.) Burlington, Vermont. IN HUB MARKETS Quotations en the Leading Products In Demand Boston, June 7. Lire rwolprs ami declining markets otaewhere caused butter to decline about lc for the week. thc closing being quiet and easy. Northern creamery, 22H23c; western, i'2ft(2tte; dairy, 20621c. New cheese Is Improving in quality, but prices aro easier nnd tending down, as receipts nro large and the demand moderate. Old cheese Is quiet and nom inal. York state, 14&,14ttc; Vermont twins, loVfiriVic; new cheese, 10Hrlln. Egs nre slow, with the tendency downward late In the week. Choice nearby, 2122c; eastern, 1020cj west ern, 1801Sttc. Beans nre firm and unchanged, though trade Is quiet. Carload lots, pea, $1.80fgi.Sf; medium, $2.1002.16; yellow eyes, $2.1CX&2.15; red kidneys, $2.86(32.00; Culifornla small whl't. $2.26(82.60; jobbing prices, ltiirc. higher. Business has beon active In the ! jrn I fruit and vegetable market durine the past week. Asparagus alone litis been scarce; dealers complain that oilier things have been altogether too plenty. Prices generally are reasonable. The arrivals of strawberries' have been particularly heavy and the fruit was very cheap, especially on Thurs day when the very best offering', brought only Sc a quart. The tit-At watermelons of tho season cwne Inst week; they are not very active yet. There is n good supply of ranteloiipcs, But they move rather slowly and only fancy varieties bring the top quota tions. Cherries nre coming more free ly and nre cheaper. A few lots of blue berries and blackberries have reached the market, but tboy are hardly worth quoting. Apples are firm and mod erately active. Asparagus has continued In light sup ply and high. A well-posted member of the trade says that asparagus wilt not be plenty this season, basing bis assertion on the fact thnt the wr?ntlier early In the season wns cold and that there has not been enough rain; the plant, he says, needs both warm weather and rain. Old potatoes are dull, very plenty and much lower than they were a week .tro. New potatoes hold fairly steady tinder a modern toly active demand. String beans art rather high, as supplies are not very large. Cabbages and onions are free lj offered, and there aro plenty of toma toes, though few thnt are strictly fancy. Turnips are scarce and higher Choice peas nre wanted. Cucumbers tiro lower and spinach and other greens nre cheap. Potatoes Aroostook green moon tains. 30033c a bu; hebrons, ."VasSc, Dakota reds. 2ic; rose, 2530c; new Florida. $2..V)3 a bbl; sweets, North Oarolinas, $1 a crt. Beans Strlne beans, Norfolk gteen. $1.70-32 a blct; wax. $2.2."92.75 a bskt. Cabbages New southern, $1 a crt, and 7fie$l a bbl. Celery White, S1Q1.2T. a bch. Asparagus Native, $4J5 a boy of three doz bchs; native giant, $05J a box of three doz bchs; Jersey. $4!g!t.50 a dor. bchs. Lettuce, etc Hothouse lettuce, 7EC2 ?1.25 a box of three dost head; ro maine, 7uc(g$l a doz heads; mint, 40c t doz bchs; watercress, southern. 4fw a doz bchs; parsley, $2.50(33.1(0 bu. Onions Texas, $1.2fjfrt)l 60 a crt: Bermudas. $1. 101. 25 a crt; Egyptians, $2.fif2.76 a bag; bunch onions, GO Sfie a box; leaks, 1 a doz bchs. Spinach, etc Native spinach, lOfi 12Vic a bu; beet greens, 40c a bu; dan delions. 3040c a bu; satlve kale, 20c a bu. Squashes Southern marrow, J1..W3 1.7." a bbl; summer squashes, 75ctl a crt. Tomatoes Native hothouse, 12ij 15c a pound; Florida, ?1 .5002.50 a . Turnips Tellow, $2.50 a bbl; French white, $3.50 a bag; bunch turnips, 70c (fijl a do bchs. Miscellaneous Peas, Baltimore, $1 1.25 a bskt; Maryland. $1.20(91.50 a bskt; cucumbers, $1(83.50 a box; car rots, 85c a dor. bcha; parsnips, $li, 50 ft bu; radishes, 40r3Wo a box; beets $1 Ctl.2T a bu; bunch beets, 85ciJSl ados bchs; peppers, $4 a crt; egg plants $2 a dois; rhubarb, 1&320e a bu box. Applet Baldwins, $1.50((i3 a bbl; russets, extra fancy, $3.50J?4; russets, No. 1, $2.75(83; other russets, $1.25((i2, Strawberries Dela warp and New Jersey fancy OJandys, 79c a qt; Mary land fancy, 57c; Jerseys. 4rdV. Cherries-California fancy, $2.2.v? 2.50 a 10-pound box; fair to good, $1,75 (32; common, $1.2Vftl,50. Cantaloupes Florida choice, $2.50(5 2.75 a crt; common to good, $22.25'. Watermelons Florida large, 40f;,50c apiece. Apricots California, $2S2.r0 a crt. Pork provisions are steady and un changed. Fresh beef han been quiet but steady nt: Extra heavy sides, S S-4(7tftc; good, 8 1-4(if8p; light, 7Ha'8e; heavy hlnrts, 10 3-4(?1lc; good, 10 l-4(?il0c; light. 0 010c; heavy fores, HfiJ7c; good, Otte; light, 5fffH(. Lambs are firm; muttons and year lings nre easier; veals are Arm. Lambs, 11(i'fl2e; yearlings, W10c; muttons, 8 !e; veals, 10r(11c, with fancy higher. Poultry Is in fair demand at full prices for choice fed stock, Frozen stock Is pretty well cleaned up. West ern Iced turkeys, 18(S20c; northttb chickens, 20S,22c and upward; northern fowls, IfVantc; western fowls, 14,((? 15c; frozen western turkeys, 22(fT:!.i( ; western chickens, IfiffJWic; western fowls, 13V4314Vie; ducks. lSWJOc. liny Is dull and easy for all grades, with receipts heavy. Wrnw Is lower, with the demand slow. There U a llrm markot for mlllfeed at unchanged prices. Hay, No. 1, $lfl.50(f7!l7; lov grades, flPiild; rye straw, $1617; oat straw, $1R10.50. COMMBRCIAU Raw Trk Iro4ue Market. New York, Jun 7. FLOUR-Recelpts, 13,4:1 bbls, exports, 6.J04 bbl; sales, 3,200 bbls, Thc market was dull and unsettled. Minnesota patents, fS.85ri35; Minnesota bakers, 44.30(T4.3: winter patents, 45.f!(j5.S5; winter straights I5.K9S45; winter extras, 43.6204.30; win ter low grades, I3.I5JT4.10. RYE FLOUR-Mnrket llrm; fair to good, tl.4Oil4.G0; choice to fancy, 44. 65 5.1.. WIlI AT- Receipts, 21.0)0 bu sales, 4, C00,(00 bu, futures; spot Irregular, As a result of favorable weather and crop news, supplemented by a bearish anow loport, wheat acted very weak to-day, losing about two cents a bushel, Stop loss orders In considerable voIum were rauuht by tho break, nnd last prices wero Uflc net lower. July, VfMKc, closed M'.tCj Sept., 85 6-lrUf,cUc, closed U,C, Dec, hSflMTie, closed ifc. COHN-Rccelpts ,I75 bu; exports. 61.. 1" bu; silos, IffiOO bu; futures, 64'VK) bu. spot; spot steady. The option markt was steady at first but later declined with wheat, closing dull and quarter cent net lower. July MfiWtc, closed Wo. OATS-Rccclpts, 2oV) bu; exports, 5, H5 bu; spot etulot. I'KLD Was firm; spring bran $M.00; middlings, J19.0; city, 2O.0fff27.. 1 1 A V Was steady; shipping, 60Se; good to choice, FCfffoc. HIDF.S-Dull; Galveston, 20 to 26 lbs., 17c; California, 21 to 25 lbs., 18c; Tox&a dry, 21 to 30 lbs., 14e. WOOL Was firm; domestic fleecs 33 l.12e. REEF Was firm; family, ilnCOilSll.M mess, I9.OW9.50; beef hams, $22fl0023.5i pneket, I10.OC310.EOj city extra, India mess 111 SOttlfi.EO. LARD Was steady; western steamed, IT.6O87.80; Nov. closed 17.35 nominal; re fined firm; continent, 47 25; S. A., $5.00) commercial, J5.23'Jt2.f.2H- PORK Wns steady; family, 115.M315 00; short clear, 413.75016 50; mess, 412.75313.80. POTATOFS-Stoadyi Long Irlnnd. 41.73 152.CO; state and western,- 41.35Q1.65; Jer sey sweets, 42.0On3.5o. TALLOW Market steady; city ($2 pet pkg) 4Hr, country (pkgs. free) (f.M'tc. PETIIOLKUM-Ktcndy. retired New York, 47.S5; Philadelphia & Baltimore, S7S0. do. In bulk, 43.00. OOPPER-Qulot: 414.S7ifil5.12. COFrnn Spot Rio ep'let; No. 7 Involcs STaC; mild quiet; Cordova, loftl3c. The mniket for coffee futures opened steady nt unchanged pries. Cables wero fully as pood as due, Prazlllan receipts ran little smaller and while there was con tinued lifiild.''tinn the market at first held fairly st.a.lv on n demand from tradt interests. IJuvIng bv shctts caused soma Ii regularity toward the close and final prices wero five points hlsher on Novem ber hut generally unchanged lo flva te.ints lower. Sales wore reported of S6, ((11) bag.., Including July at K2.VSr.33; Aug, 4.3riili.40; S-pt.. 4fl.40WC.5O; Doc, $.;.C.Vfin.70' Jan, J6 73; March, 4fl Sei S3; May 4 51. St'GAR Raw was steady; fair refining, 4Hc; centrifugal, S tet, 4"c; mol.issea sugar, 4c; refined was quiet; No. 6. 45.45; .No. 7, 4S.40; No. S. 43 30. No. 9, 45.23; No. 10, 43.20; No. 11, 43.10; N'o. 12, 43.06; No IS, 4l.f3; confec'innors n, 45 SO; mould a, $5.40; cut loaf, f1.Tr; crushed, 41.7J; powdered, 46.15; granulated, 45.03: cubes, 45.30. NKW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET. Now York, June 7, BKKVFS-Rceoipts 1 27 h-.nd; stecrj steady to 10o lower; hulls slow, closlnf lfle lower; cows steady to strong; oti-eri JLTOffSW; tops 46.00; scrubs 44.10; bulb $3.25f,4..Vr cows 42.CVIT4.M: shiprrcnts m cattle, 10 sheep and 1,(0.1 quarters of beef CALVI'S Receipts .V.I .3 Head; vealt firm to 25c higher; bvttermlks 23 to S0 hfKher in liglit supply veals 43.'37.50; culls Jl.nol 7,".; buttermilks KOOg'4.50 SHFnP AND l.AMBS-Recelpts B.l head; good handy sheep ftead ; heavj and coarse, do, lower; yearltngs steady lambs let to 15c hieher; sheep 43.OOif4.60 culls 42.fOfl2.30- yeerlincs K.VxiG.hO; Iambi ?7.:.W.5n, one car ?S.;2'i. HOGP Receipts 5,5m head; tr.arkel firmer; State begs Jo.Jio.DO. CHICAGO TRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, June 7. WHEAT June, 9jHc; July, K-'ic; Sept. 51J5M',,c; Dec, Sic. CORN-July. SfhHc; old, .M',Jc; Sept. 49'ic; old, 49"i'!730c; Pec, 45Jc; old, 47Hc( May, 45ic. OAT? Juno, S0fT3f''ie: July, 31Uc, Sept.. IS'tc; Doc, 2Msc: May. r.Pc MFSS PORK- Tor bbl) July, $12.674 Sept , 512.1 12.97', .. LARD (Per lrn !h0-.Tuly, 57.S3JT7.37tj; Sept., 57 33; Oct., $7.3714. SHORT RinS-SIdes (loosc)-July, 47.37'if.7.IO; Sept., J7.63; Oct., 47.70. Cash quotations: WHEAT No. 2 spring wheat, 41.07 1.10. No, 3, 41.OOIH.C6; No. 2 red, 41.(il 1.0J. CORN-No. 2, 32'te; No. 2 yellow, S3to. OAT.-No. ?., 33c; No. 2 white, 329 IViv; No 3 white, Jlsifr.Wc. RYK-No. 2. 79c. IIARLHY Good feeding. 29312c; fair t choice nialtlng, 4Sf?49c. FLAXSEFD-No, 1, 41.30; northwestern. No. 1 1 47. TIMOTHY PEED-Prime, 42.S3. MESS POUK-(Per bbl)-4116.Vf; 12,70. LA RD (Per 100 lbs) tl.TS&'W. SIU.RT RII!S-S,dcs (looso)-47.S.Vf7.45. SHOl'LDERS Dry silted, none. SIDI.V-Short clear (boxed) 47 2.W7.5f. WHISKin (Rsls of hlghwlnes)-41.24. On the produce exchange to-day th better mark t was easier; creameries, H liSfiHo; dairies, IRtJlsc; eggs easy at mark, cases included, He; firsts, 14V4c; prime firsts. Uc; extras, 17c; cheesa weak, S'ulO'ir. BOSTON COPPER MARKET. Roston, June 7. Excepting Amalgamated there, was animation in copper shares to-day. Amal gamated opened l'i above yesterday'.! eloe, closing TS'J. Copper Range ranged l.twcen 69U1J701i: United closed 2VA; Utah iV,'s. BUTTER AND CHEESES MARKET. Boston, Juno 7. BUTTER The market was .pjlet; northern, 2C1f 22ic; western, 2H;,!322c; Ver mont dairy, tnfi21c. CHEKSK Easy for r.ew made; Ver nnnt twins, 12til3Uc. NEW YOUK COTTON MARKET. New York, June 7. Cotton futures opened steady, Juno effort"! iJ ; July, IT So; Aug., J7.S), Sept., 47 f-4 ; O.-t , t$.cn.; Dec, JS.H; Jan, 45.17; Feb, S2' hid: March, 4.25; May, 4?.23 lid. spot closed dull; middling uplands, 4M0, middling gulf, 48.6.5; sales, 4,252 talcs. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. The breakfast which wns to have been given In Boston to Mrs. Julia Word Howej by tho Wonan's club of that city has been postponed until this week on account of the death of Mrs. Llvermore. Prof. J. J. Thompson, F, It. S., of Cam bridge University, has been elected pro fesror of natural philosophy in tho Royal Institution, to succeed l.e.rd Rnjlelgh, who becomes honorary professor. Jo.10.uln Miller, "tho poet of tho Sierras," Is to be signally honored by the Lewis and Clark exposition of Portland. There Is to be a "Joaquin Miller day," which will wind up what Is to be called the "West ern Authors' week." Clarence A, Ueckwlth, Buck professor of Christian theology in Bangor Theological Seminary, has been called to the Buck professorship of systematic theology at Chicago Theological Seminary. Willi u capital of '"spare ch.tnge' and 11 surplus of "energy," you may iiccom. pllsli a hundred llttlo wonders In want mlvfrtlslntj.